Denso invest in ‘deep learning’ start-up ThinCI


Investment to help in development of ADAS and autonomous driving

Denso has made a strategic investment in ThinCI, a US-based deep learning and vision processing start-up, according to a press release by Denso International America, the North American subsidiary of the Japanese supplier. ThinCI manufactures deep learning software for various applications including automotive. The Japanese automaker said its investment will help in the development of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving.

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